Jim Cramer's Mad Money Lightning Round, 3/17/08: Living with NYX

by: Miriam Metzinger

Stocks discussed in the lightning round session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV program, Monday March 17. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:

Bullish calls:

Yamana (NYSE:AUY): “Gold is going to 1600…you stick with AUY...”

Conco-Philips (NYSE:COP): “You’re down on it…It was ugraded this morning, they are making a money… let it go to $70 and buy some more.”

Andersons (NASDAQ:ANDE): ”is an ag stock…I keep saying ag is alive and well…there are going to be ups and downs in ag…Anderson on any dip is right….but not for the three weeks, I’m talking about for the next three years.”

Medco Health (NYSE:MHS): “Buy it but if it rallies from this level…if it goes to $45 to $47 it may be done…”

Caremark CVS (NYSE:CVS): “I felt the drug store business got a bit cool. But at $35 I would get back in.”

Frontline (NYSE:FRO): “ …it’s got a great dividend…I think the dividend is safe…I like that stock.”

Bearish calls:

Interactive Brokers (NASDAQ:IBKR): “I want to put my name them, because I think they’re really good…but I can’t recommend the stock even though it’s down a lot. Don’t buy.”

Amerisourcebergen (NYSE:ABC): “That is a wholesaler of pharma…I think drug stocks are vastly oversold…that is a good company…but the whole industry is doing so badly. Let’s keep an eye on those stocks. Don’t buy.”

Baidu.com (NASDAQ:BIDU): “All the speculation has been pulled out of this market… I don’t think it can work in this market until it gets better…it is too hard for me.”

Scientific Games (NASDAQ:SGMS): "I have to tell you, I got this wrong…this was the best-run company in the darn industry…my bad…this is some losing streak."

New York Stock Exchange (NYSE:NYX): "Worse stock I have ever picked in my life…Every single day it breaks my heart … I plead guilty.”

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